What is the useful effect of following a topic on HubPages?
In the help section, the description for following a hubber and for following a topic seem similar. When I follow a hubber I get a daily list (my option) of new hubs by them. I'd also like to get notification of new hubs on topics I follow; don't see that as a choice.
I see that topics I follow show up on my profile with some of my hubs in that topic. That's good. But I don't see any other benefit to me to follow a topic.
If I'm interested in a topic, I want to read on that topic. Doesn't that make sense? What am I missing?
I searched in the forums but didn't find a thread on this.
Following a topic allows you to see what new, hot, and best articles there are in that topic - similar to the hubbers you follow, different in that you can see ALL hubs, not just the ones your favorite authors are writing.
Some people just really love certain topics.
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